Oneida Nation of Thames band councillor facing fraud charges involving day-school survivor settlement money

ONEIDA NATION OF THE THAMES-An Oneida Nation of the Thames band councillor has been  suspended after being charged with fraud.   Ursula Doxtator, 54, is facing criminal charges after being accused of defrauding a survivor of Canada’s day school system out of settlement money, according to court documents.   Middlesex OPP arrested Ursula Doxtator, 54, on Nov. 24, two months after launching an investigation into a fraud complaint, and charged her with fraud valued at more than $5,000 and trying to use a forged document.  Two days after the charges against Doxtator were made public, Oneida Chief Todd Cornelius released a letter saying a council member was charged in a criminal case unrelated to their official duties and had been suspended in accordance with council’s code of ethics and conduct. …

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